Ba on Track

This comes as the defending champion’s defeated a high flying Suva side 2-0 on Friday night at ANZ Stadium via Marika Madigi (18th) and Malakai Tiwa (56th) goals. #Suva needed a win to claim top spot but the Gurjit Singh coached side fell short despite the inclusion of former national rep Esava Naqeleca who was cleared last Friday by Fiji Football Association. #Ba leads the standings with 36 points after having played 14 matches. #On Sunday Ba has a chance to further extend their lead when they host Labasa at Govind Park 3pm. #National League board secretary Amitesh Pal says exciting matches were lined up for the next few weeks. #“Some exciting matches have been lined up. Ba after defeating Suva are in a good spot to retain their title but will no doubt face a uphill battle in their remaining matches against Labasa, Nadi, Lautoka and Rewa,” Pal said. #“The second place on the standings is also vital for teams and two teams from the Fiji Sun GP Batteries National Football League will qualify for the 2014 Oceania Champions League which will be played at Churchill Park,” he added. #Full Time: Suva 0 4R Electrical Ba 2#Ba Caution: Tuimasi Manuca (86’)#Ba Goal: Marika Robanakadavu (11’), Malakai Tiwa (52’)#7.30pm ANZ Stadium, Suva# Fiji FA MEDIA #

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